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Fraser, B. (2011, May). Tracing a Writer’s Journey: exploring the links between Japan, Scotland and India through poetry. Paper presented at IAFOR LibrAsia Confence, Osaka, Japan
Fraser, B. (2010, January). A meeting of two minds; the relevance of Patrick Geddes and Rabindranath Tagore today. Paper presented at IAFOR ACAH Conference, Osaka, Japan
Fraser, B., & Riach, A. (2017). Introduction. In Thali Katori: An Anthology of Scottish and South Asian Poetry, 17-29. Edinburgh: Luath Press
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Fraser, B. (2017). The Homing Bird. Devonshire, UK: Indigo Dreams Publishing
No abstract availablle.
Community in Modern Scottish Literature, 214-234. Brill Rodopi. doi:10.1163/9789004317451_013
This chapter examines the poetry of Scottish South Asians, the "New Scots" who bring a whole history of displacement, dislocation and relocation with them, as their memory of...
Fraser, B. (2015). Letters to my Mother and other Mothers. Luath Press Ltd
A book of original poems.
Fraser, B. (2014). Poems. In Six Seasons ReviewThe University Press Limited (UPL)
Fraser, B. (2014). Rabindranath Tagore's Global Vision. Literature compass. 12, 161-172. doi:10.1111/lic3.12231. ISSN 1741-4113
This ‘Introduction’ to a special issue on Rabindranath Tagore affirms his position as an Indian Renaissance man and assesses his stature as a leading world writer, philosopher...
Fraser, B. (2013). Introduction to "Images of Life: Creative and Other Forms of Writing". In S. Mallik (Ed.), Images of Life: Creative and Other Forms of WritingThe Book World
Fraser, B. (2013). Indian Writing in English. In EncyclopeadiaSahitya Akad
Fraser, B. (2014). poem:Mariam. Café Dissensus,
A poem on public execution.
Fraser, B. (2012). Beyond binarism: the agency of the writer at the crossroads of change. Scottish Affairs., 1-16. ISSN 0966-0356
Inaugural lecture as professor in the Scottish Centre of Tagore Studies, March 2013
Fraser, B. (2010). "Our Little Life is Rounded with Sleep": The Scottish presence in Andrew Greig's "In Another Light" and Amitav Ghosh's "The Hungry Tide". In M. Gardiner, G. Macdonald, & N. O'Gallagher (Eds.), Scottish Literature and Postcolonial Literature, 210-221. Edinburgh University Press
Fraser, B., & Chitrakar, G. (2009). Scots beneath the Banyan Tree: stories from Bengal. Luath Press
A collaborative project with a folk artist's scrolls telling the stories of Scots who have become iconic figures in Bengal. Each scroll is accompanied by the story in prose an...
Fraser, B. (2008). From the Ganga to the Tay. Luath Press
From The Ganga to the Tay is an epic poem in which the Indian River Ganges and the Scottish River Tay, the largest waterways in their countries, relate the historical importan...